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2010 NFL Preview: New York Jets Betting Lines

2010 NFL Team Odds, Preview, & Predictions- New York Jets

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New York Current Odds to Win:
Jets AFC East Odds – 7/5
Jets AFC Championship Lines – 11/2
Jets 2011 Super Bowl Futures – 10/1
New York Jets Season Over/Under Win Total – 9.5

In 2009 the New York Jets needed a win in its final regular season game just to make it into the playoffs as a wildcard team. After beating Cincinnati 37-0 in week 17, taking their record to 9-7 and securing a spot in the postseason, the Jets proceeded to beat the Bengals again in the Wildcard round 24-14 and knock out the Chargers in San Diego in the Divisional round 17-14.

Their impressive run came to an end with a 17-30 loss to Indianapolis in the AFC Championship.

Given the fact that the Jets ended the season one win away from going to the championship game and had the No.1 ranked defense and rushing offense in the league, head coach Rex Ryan has made it very clear that the expectation level for 2010 is Super Bowl or bust. The odds makers must tend to agree as right now only the Colts and the Saints at 9/1 have better odds to win it all.

Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez survived a baptism of fire his rookie year, putting up numbers that you would expect from a first year quarterback. He threw for 2,444 yards, completing just 53.8 percent of his passes. He had 12 TD’s passes but 20 interceptions. Sanchez will have to dramatically improve upon this performance if his team is to have any real chance of winning it all.

As far as his receivers, Jerricho Cotchery was his favorite target last season, catching 57 balls for 821 yards. Braylon Edwards was brought in mid-season from Cleveland and should contribute more this year. Laveraneous Coles is back for his third stint with the team and Santonio Holmes was brought in through a trade with Pittsburgh to round out the group.

New York’s primary offense weapon figures to be its running game. Thomas Jones, the leading rusher from last season, and Leon Washington are gone so it will be up to second year back Shonn Greene to carry the load in 2010. The Jets did draft USC RB Joe McKnight in the fourth round to add some additional speed on the outside, but it will still primarily be up to Greene to replace all the production that was lost.

The heart and soul of this team is their defense. Molded in the same brashness as their head coach, this unit ended the 2009 season ranked first overall, first in points allowed per game, and first against the pass.

Heading into training camp there is trouble brewing with their best player; CB Darrelle Revis. Revis has decided to hold out of camp in an effort to restructure his current contract to better reflect his value to the team. It remains to be seen how much of a distraction this becomes heading into the regular season. First round pick CB Kyle Wilson should see some playing time with the first unit while Revis and the team try and work things out.

There is no doubt New York has the right ingredients for a championship run. With a solid running game and a shutdown defense, it is built to play in the wind and cold of late December and January.

The one thing that could stand in the Jets way is the development of Mark Sanchez as a legitimate big time quarterback. While Ryan is counting on Sanchez to manage the offense as opposed to winning games with his arm, somewhere along the line it will be up to him to pull out a win in a close game.

I am not too sure he is ready to do that when it may count the most.

2010 Prediction: 2nd in the AFC East
Win Total: OVER


David Schwab is a regular contributor to the Cappers Picks Blog. While not cheering for his beloved Philadelphia Eagles David can be found working on his blog. David wants to hear from you so please comment below.


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About Dave Schwab

David Schwab is a regular contributor to the Cappers Picks Blog. While not cheering for his beloved Philadelphia Eagles David can be found working on his blog at www.eaglesinc.com. David wants to hear from you so please comment below.